Woman & the Myth By Lannie Hart Afternoon Lecture
Woman and the Myth examines the perception of women in contemporary society as informed by their portrayal in history and myth. In her painting “Adam and Eve”, Hart addresses how, through the ages, the story of the “fall from grace” has continued to exist through cultural attitudes toward women. Even in contemporary society, the belief in woman’s culpability for that fall endures. Artist and Presenter: Lannie Hart is a sculptor, painter, and installation artist in Sleepy Hollow, New York. Hart was a member of SOHO20 for 7 years and is a current member of Sculptors Guild since 2012 where she was VP of publications. In 2009 she taught sculpture at Brookfield Center for the Arts and has exhibited at various art galleries and museums. In addition to the lecture, snacks & light refreshments will be served. Also, participants can view & tour the gallery of the exhibit in honor of Women’s History Month - Women's Work: Unique Visions by Women. The art sculptures by Lannie Hart and artwork by Springboard Artists will be on display. Pre-registration is required. For more information about the lecture contact the Clifton Arts Center at (973) 472-5499. Limit is 35 per class lecture.